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Old 10-16-2016, 07:02 PM   #651
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my new rv lot Fair Play SC... working on shed
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Old 10-16-2016, 09:03 PM   #652
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my new rv lot Fair Play SC... working on shed
Shed? Well, so much for "getting away from it ALL!"
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Rock, I'm not the live small, live free guy, and I'm not ready for life living out of a suitcase... got to have room for a little hoarding LOL
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Checked my phone messages today and dealer left a message i'm due for a recall. Imagine the spring mounts? Trailer is winterized and parked so something to be done in the spring I guess.
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I've wired my shop to feed from the house to save the second meter fee... and while shovel was warmed up, I ran another 100' out to the RV canopy - 50amp, water and sewer. The land is fairly flat, but over 100' to the shop sewer lift tank, so I ran 1", which I think will work with the FloJet system. Its so highly rated, I think I'll get one. I can see where this could be handy.
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Old 01-24-2017, 06:23 PM   #656
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I stopped posting everything and anything, but have recently upgraded to 50 amp and 90 amp converter. I've upgraded to a better 400 amp fuse, and am adding Weboost on a custom antenna mount on the roof.

But, the reason why I'm posting today is that I'm decorating. I am just sick of the 10 different colors and the faux wood.

Since a picture is worth a thousand words...

My motto seems to be, "why use one word, when 6 will do"...
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WW,
You never stop amazing me with your ideas and energy.

Nice work...

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Clint,

Great work as always! You didn't mention what you are doing above the refrigerator. What are you doing there?
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WW you just got too much time on your hands - I just have enough time to work and play harder on weekends --not getting much mods done but sure getting a lot of use 😀. Happy camping / mod season 2017 WW - u gonna try and get to west coast this year?
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WW you just got too much time on your hands - I just have enough time to work and play harder on weekends --not getting much mods done but sure getting a lot of use ��. Happy camping / mod season 2017 WW - u gonna try and get to west coast this year?
Not getting out there was certainly a disappointment. I'm not over the rough roads... yet. I am thinking of a way to get out there, with either a smaller trailer or pickup a light truck camper and pull the MC trailer. I suspect much of the rough ride was the truck itself. I-40 was re-dic-o-lus!

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Great work as always! You didn't mention what you are doing above the refrigerator. What are you doing there?
Hey Dennis. I busted it out to get the Weboost wire across to the pantry... after adding mostly 2" foam... the plan is to make a box out of plywood, and trim with pine... maybe add a lip so things won't hit the floor. It is about 14" tall and 24" wide. That front panel is siliconed in from the back side. They add this panel before the sides go on.

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Thanks Steve-O... hope you are doing okay... and all y'all!
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I know you guys have seen the new Hyperlites with the wainscot in the garage. That is the look of what I'm going for, but with W-cot 33" high... XLR makes it about 18" high. Today I got about 80% of it up and it looks mah-velous! I'll get some pic tomorrow if I get it finished. I did something stupid today (two days ago actually), I sealed the trim, edges and corners with Dap Dynaflex 230.... I didn't look, but didn't even know it came in clear... well it does and it is... goes on white and dries clear... boy do I feel like a clone! Do I paint it white or cover with white Dynaflex?
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